Morgan Rains, a Greenville native, earned her Bachelor of Science degree from USC Upstate and currently serves as the Restoration Services Coordinator of Jasmine Road. She coordinates the care and services of the Jasmine Road residents, ensuring that each individual’s needs are met in a safe and loving environment where healing can take place. Morgan’s professional experience in law enforcement and human services agencies as well as her advocacy work with the Julie Valentine Center opened her eyes to the impact of homelessness, addiction and sexual exploitation in Greenville County. Morgan facilitated trauma groups in human service agencies and in the Greenville County Detention Center where she prepared trauma survivors for individual therapy and connected them to services including restoration programs, drug recovery services and systems advocacy within the criminal justice system. Morgan has a passion for empowering survivors of complex trauma to reach autonomy and find healing and restoration.
Morgan serves on the Upstate Human Trafficking Task Force, South Carolina Human Trafficking Task Force, GHS Human Trafficking Task Force and Upstate Re-entry Coalition to facilitate collaboration and improve services provided to survivors on both state and local levels.
Morgan is married and has one son and two dogs. She and her family enjoy running on the Swamp Rabbit Trail and exploring the new businesses and restaurants opening in their community. Morgan and her family are active in their church and enjoy serving with the College and Young Adult Ministry.